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CIDER 0.9 is out http://batsov.com/articles/2015/06/16/cider-0-dot-9/
@bozhidar: and the debugger is included in this release? Is there documentation anywhere on how to use it?
What's the status with cider and clojurescript these days? Are they (and associated libs) considered compatible?
cider works with cljs reasonably well, but not all the functionality is on par with clj (e.g. completion) and some of the functionality is clj specific right now
@jonas: Do note I just updated the post in that link. There have been new features since that initial post.
Currently I'm using autocomplete-mode ac-nrepl, what is involved with using company instead?
I think you just need to enable company mode, either globally or in Cider buffers via a hook. Then it just works.
I’m curious how to get the company output in nice columns as shown in Bozhidar’s blog post.
I’m really excited about the cljfmt stuff, I’ve been using the 0.9.0 snapshot for a while but hadn’t known about that
alex_engelberg: yep. the company support is just baked in. turn on company and it should just work.
I updated to 0.9 including the nrepl plugin, and now when I
clojure-jack-in it doesn't start cider-mode
@ghadi: not sure to be honest, I think some compiled var was overriding something
you wind up with stale precompiled .elc files that don’t link correctly when upgrading. blowing away the package dir and reinstalling does it. Or at least that’s my memory from a similar issue a while back.
^^ maybe that because of some nREPL bugs.. server buffer says
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Cannot write value of type class java.lang.Double at clojure.tools.nrepl.bencode$eval2884$fn__2885.invoke(bencode.clj:326)
so if you have a double in your tests (and using nREPL 0.2.6) you’ll hang your repl when using cider-test-mode
@martintrojer: If this problem exists with the latest nREPL, please file a ticket on cider’s issue tracker